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Get Your Dance On to kick off the Yoga Journal Conference


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Get Your Dance On, the brainchild of yogi, dancer, and Reiki master Natasha Blank, practically launched the yoga nightlife trend two years ago.

Since its birth at a Brooklyn bowling alley, Get Your Dance On has grown into a traveling monthly event around the city, where a get-into-your-body yoga class segues into a super sweaty dance party with coconut water libations.

Now, Get Your Dance On is gearing up for its biggest, baddest shindig yet. The beloved festival will kick off the Yoga Journal Conference: New York the night of Friday, April 13 (7:30–11:30 p.m.).

“I’m taking all my favorite elements of Get Your Dance On and putting them together for this party!” explains Blank. These ingredients include a yoga class taught by Dana Flynn of Laughing Lotus and Elena Brower of Virayoga. “And this will be our first experiment with Shiva Rea,” who will lead a trance dance with Da’Riddim INya Drum Ensemble.

Come for the yoga class at 7:30—and stay for the barefoot dance party. The musical line up includes DJ Drez, Da’Riddim INya Drum Ensemble, and the Didge Project.

“We’re expecting about 500 people. Our only dress code is Dress to Sweat,” says Blank, who you’ll find in the middle of the dance floor. And you could be barefoot boogie-ing right next to her.

Get Your Dance On, Yoga Journal Conference: New York, Hilton New York. Purchase tickets at any NYC Yogaworks location and save on processing fees. 

Yoga Class + Dance Party: $35 advance / $45 at the door (includes Trance Dance with Shiva Rea)

Dance Party Only: $18 advance / $22 at the door